Continuing, then, instead to the left, Baker Bloch rounds a corner to enter another small gallery room that exhibits 3 more abstract pieces.
Another ramp allows exit from this room and the apt. complex overall back into the “older” part of the temple, namely the part of floor 2 that use to circle completely around the gallery’s center on the same level.
Twin action of the ramps in this area. They actually share the same, central rail.
One can still get glimpses down to the photos of floor 1 of the temple through windows, but these are not as numerous as in most older versions walking in this particular part.
That’s because I decided to cut down on overlapping transparent textures (and the resulting phantom images) as much as possible by wallpapering most of the outer walls in this part.
And, as I said, you can’t circle fully around the center of the temple now, but are instead greeted about 3/4ths the way around by this impassable wall. Here Baker Bloch just happens to be on the other side of the Cul-de-sac he ran into at the end of that last post (Ichalon Galleries, 4).